SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR OF 1898
LISTING OF SELECTED MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS CONCERNING THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS THEATER
This is one of four separate listings of Manuscript Division collections related to the Spanish-American War of 1898: "Spanish-American War of 1898-General", "Spanish-American War of 1898-Cuban Theater", "Spanish-American War of
1898-Philippine Islands Theater", "Spanish-American War of 1898-Puerto Rican Theater". The contents of collections that pertain to more than one campaign are listed under "Spanish-American War of 1898-General" even though the activity of the individual, e.g., Theodore Roosevelt, has been identified usually with one campaign, e.g., Cuba. Those collections relating to Pacific
islands, e.g., Marianas or Guam, appear in the "Spanish-American War of 1898-Philippine Islands Theater" listing. Each item in this selected listing contains a brief indication of content; a more complete description for each entry is available by searching the Library of Congress Catalog. To gain further information about each collection, contact the Manuscript Division, Library of Congress regarding the availability of a register
for that collection.
Allen, Henry T. (Henry Tureman). 1859-1930
Barrett, John, 1866-1938.
Becker, G. F. (George Ferdinand), 1847-
Blumentritt, Ferdinand, 1853-1913.
Brent, Charles Henry, 1862-1929.
Bullard, Robert Lee, 1861-1947.
Carlock, Lyman Judy, 1867-1903.
Carpenter, Dudley Newcomb, 1874-1955.
Dewey, George, 1837-1917.
Papers, 1820-1919 (bulk 1898-1917)
Foulois, Benjamin Delahauf, 1879-1967.
Gibson-Getty-McClure family papers, 1777-1926 (bulk 1880-1901)
Griffiths, Richard H.
Guth, William, fl. 1899.
Harrison, Burton Norvell, 1838-1904.
Hughes, Robert Patterson, 1839-1909.
Johnston, Mercer Green, 1868-1954.
Kaiser, Louis Anthony, 1870-1939.
Lawton, H. W. (Henry W.), d. 1899.
Manila Bay Society.
Merrill, John Nigel.
Moseley, George Van Horn, 1874-1960.
Nueva Caceres (Philippines)
Petition, n.d., from the Moros.
Remey, Charles Mason, 1874-1974.
Smith, Daniel Angell, 1839-1901.
Sperry, Charles S. (Charles Stillman), 1847-1911.